Ahmad Fareed Khan is a Ph.D. candidate at the Balsillie School of International Affairs interested in the Global political economy, particularly economic sanctions. Ahmad’s interest is centric on Economic sanction’s impact on third-party states. Ahmad’s master research paper analyzed the discourse around economic sanctions in the mainstream media.
Ahmad has completed two MAs: One in International Business and Management from the UK and the second in Communication studies from Wilfrid Laurier University. Ahmad did a CO-OP remotely with the Federal Government as a Policy Analyst.
Ahmad has taught part-time at Conestoga College for four years, where he was also involved in designing and delivering course modules.
Ahmad has gained a diverse perspective by living and working in 7 countries on four continents. Ahmad has lived and worked in Switzerland, the USA, Australia, the UK, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Canada. Ahmad has held both management and administrative positions in the service sector in global business organizations.
In his free time, Ahmad can be found on the Trampoline in the backyard with his children.